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28 November 2004


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not supernaturally but naturally alive

A rare insight even among contemporary anthropologists and scholars of comparative religion.

Kate S.

Lovely. A part of me must have lived back then in the pre-dawn era because my soul always aches so whenever I hear of the "naturalness" mentioned, the simlicity of reverence.


it's how we farmers live, with life - and death - every day...

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